Executive edge: Wayne Hutchens

Bronikowski, Lynn
August 2006
ColoradoBiz;Aug2006, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p21
The article reports on the plans of president and CEO of the University of Colorado Foundation Wayne Hutchens for the foundation in Boulder, Colorado. Alumni, finance and administration, investment of a $630 million portfolio, a capital campaign of at least $1 billion and fund generators based at each campus are the areas of concentration of the strategy produced by Hutchens.


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